Kelly's Party Finger Sandwiches

Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 20 mins

I can't go ANYWHERE without bringing these! Nice enough for wedding showers to football parties! REALLY hope you try them!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Heat oven to 400•.
  2. Cut each biscuit in half CROSSWISE, (not horizontal through middle), making a half moon shape.
  3. Place on ungreased cookie sheet, spread tops with a little*mustard.
  4. Bake for 10-14 minutes or til golden brown.
  5. Cool on wire rack 10 minutes.
  6. Meanwhile, in small bowl, combine onions and butter, mix well.
  7. In another small bowl mix mustard, mayo and honey.
  8. Split each biscuit open with sharp knife.
  9. Spread bottoms with butter mixture.
  10. Top each with ham, cheese and lettuce.
  11. Spread inside tops liberally with mustard-mayo-honey sauce.
  12. Place on top/lid.
  13. Spear an olive onto frilled pick, then stick through sandwich.
  14. You can make a half a recipe if you want, but if serving even 10-12 people, best to make 40!
  15. Everyone LOVES these!


Most Helpful

These are THE BOMB! It is my favorite appetizer to take to parties. I just finished another batch of them and cut the biscuits (Flaky Grands buttermilk biscuits) into fourths instead of cutting in half. It ended up being a very nice, small, nibble-like sandwich. I cut the onions to 2 TBSPs to make the onion flavor a bit more mild. Love them!

gailsun April 09, 2015

Loved these. I have to confess that I only made 10. But I did have the makings for 80 sandwiches,(double the recipe) but our PARTY plans fell threw. Anyway, I cut it down and it worked perfect. I was concerned when I first started to assemble them because I thought they would be dry. But they weren't. I was surprised that the butter mixture and the mustard mixture measurements were spot on. This is what kept the sandwiches from being dry. The only negative I could think of would be the shredded lettuce, it was a bit difficult to keep on top of the biscuit so next time I think I would just us a piece of lettuce. What an outstanding party recipe. This is a keeper. Oh, forgot to say the flavor is wonderful, and I used 1/2 stone ground mustard and 1/2 Dijon mustard. The butter/mustard mixture is what makes the overall flavor of these sandwiches the talk of the PARTY! Thanks for posting. :)

teresas December 06, 2009

Made these for a "Girl's Night" and even the picky ones kept saying how good these taste. I'm sad that there aren't any leftovers! :) I will definitely make these again. Thanks for another great recipe!

*Huntergirl* February 22, 2009

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